Team ICG® and AMSPORT® join forces for Evolution Ride UK 2019Team ICG® and AMSPORT® join forces for Evolution Ride UK 2019
AMSPORT UK announced as official sports nutrition partner for 100-bike indoor cycling event on 19th January 2019
Wednesday 07 November, 2018 – Team ICG has partnered with AMSPORT UK, leading supplier of nutritional supplements, to provide riders with the fuel they need to power through eight high-energy indoor cycling sessions at Evolution Ride UK 2019.
AMSPORT UK supplies the highest quality nutritional supplements, exclusively manufactured in Germany, to partners, elite athletes and clubs, including renowned Olympic cyclists, Maximilian Levy and Miriam Welte, and some of the world’s biggest football teams, such as Borussia Dortmund FC and Liverpool FC.
Originally developed by German medical doctor and Atlanta ‘96 Olympic bronze medallist Mark Warnecke, AMSPORT UK supports top performers with extensive expertisePosted: November 08, 2018|Categories: Lifestyle
We’ve known for a while that athletes tend to perform better in the summer months than they do during the winter. Some people have hypothesised that one of the reasons for this is that the higher levels of UV light in the summer increase the body’s production of vitamin D. A 2013 study found that while further research is needed before we can definitively say that vitamin D suplemments directly improve performance, maintaining optimum vitamin D levels should be an important goal for athletes due to its many health benefits.
Sources of vitamin D
One of our main sources of vitamin D is our skin’s reaction to sunlight, and in the UK from early April until the end of September it’s possible to get all the vitamin D we need from being out in the sun. If you spend most of your day indoors or wear clothes that cover up mostPosted: January 31, 2017|Categories: Supplements
So much has been said about creatine that it’s not surprising that there is some misinformation out there, both in the gym and online. In fact, a lot of the most common Google searches to do with creatine supplements seem to be confused as to what it actually is! With that in mind, it’s understandable if you’re not sure what creatine is made of, how to take it, or whether you can get in trouble for using it. To help you out we’ve answered some of the most common questions people asked in order to clear up some of the confusion.
Is creatine vegan friendly?
Yes! This misunderstanding probably came about because the main dietary sources of creatine are meat, fish, and other animal products. The vast majority of creatine products (and definitely all AMSport products) are made from synthetic creatine, so animal products are not used as a source. It’s a little more complicated than this, but creatine is essentially a methylated compound of the amino acids glycine and aPosted: January 25, 2017|Categories: Supplements